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Think Outside the Frame: Alternative Wall Décor

Not all artworks require framing…
There are many ways to make a style statement in your space, and if you’re like us, you know it’s easy to think big but, you also know there’s a balancing act you need to follow so don’t go over the top. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of our favorite ways to add a touch of dramatic flair to your space.

Think Outside the Frame: Alternative Wall Décor | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Instead of your standard headboard, use a bold, geometric rug for a backdrop. Here we utilized our Tasha Woven Wool Rug and a truly unique way to tie this eclectic space together.

Think Outside the Frame: Alternative Wall Décor | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Dress up your space by placing a throw blanket above your bed for a decorative wall hanging. Here we used our Anatolia Linen Throw to create a beautify coordinated space. The possibilities are endless! Mix and match patterns and colors for a one-of-a-kind, uniquely you look.

Think Outside the Frame: Alternative Wall Décor | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Links Indigo Wallpaper

Think Outside the Frame: Alternative Wall Décor | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Bali Linen Wallpaper

Think Outside the Frame: Alternative Wall Décor | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Blossom Red Wallpaper

Think Outside the Frame: Alternative Wall Décor | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Luster Taupe Wallpaper

Think Outside the Frame: Alternative Wall Décor | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Ines Blue Wallpaper

Think Outside the Frame: Alternative Wall Décor | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Samoa Robin’s Egg Blue Wallpaper

Did someone say wallpaper? Bring spaces from ordinary to extraordinary by creating a statement wall with patterned designs or touchable, texture-filled grasscloth.

  • Or, up the ante and use wallpaper in unexpected ways:
  • On ceilings as a unique way to add character and drama.
  • As decorative backsplash in your kitchen or bathroom.
  • On the bottom or sides of your kitchen island.
  • To cover glass in paneled doors.
  • Add a border and make it a framed piece of artwork or a headboard.
  • Place it at the base of each step for a unique way to add dimension to stairs.
  • Use as a backdrop for your bookcases and cabinets.

Tell us, what is your favorite tip for adding a touch of flair to your space? Sound off in the comments below.

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